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irfansong
13th May 2005, 10:00 AM
Hi Guys,

We all know that IRs music has got a great appreciation among the foreigners. The example is the MX theme music which got a lot of appreciation only from Foreign music lovers. A few American music teachers were astonished hearing that music.

We all know that How to name it/Nothing but wind/his BGMs have done great and even got greatly appreciated by foreigners.

As he is comfortable with Symphony composing and as the Western lovers should also enjoy his music, shall we suggest him to do an international Western Album of his choice of music and try to distribute it all around the world ?

Will he do it? Like Father Jegath, is there any other volunteer who'll take up this project and is this a good idea? Father Jegath's project is to promote Tamil music through IR channel and this idea is to promote Western music through IR channel.

I would like to hear every American/German/European/Australian singing or hearing IRs songs. Only if it is given in his language, he'll love it. So, this should be done. Will anybody suggest this to IR

MADDY
18th May 2005, 04:13 PM
Honestly he can rock westerners with his music but 1 major hindrance IMHO for this is his closed mindedness for inceppting new technologies- which results in pathetic sound quality........ hey guys i'm sure 70% of music listeners are lay men like me and it is sound that attracts us.....he shuld improve his sound quality to attract the other 70%.......

irfansong
24th May 2005, 10:00 AM
Hi Guys,

Just compare any English movie that is musically a big hit and compare it with Heyram. Do you think Heyram is in any less than those movies when it comes to BGM?

Plz hear the Heyram BGM from the link given below.

http://members.cox.net/heyram/tracks.htm

Just feel the great music revolving around the screen play. Just let me know why it didn't get any international award (even national award for that matter) for music?

The direction & Screen play were also too goood. Why such masterpieces are not getting that recognition? When people like movies like Vasoolraja, why dont they like movies like Heyram & Anbe sivam?

12bums
24th June 2005, 04:01 AM
Irfansong, even more surprising the movie that won the national award that year was Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam. While the music there was ok, it was nowhere as path breaking as Hey Ram.

krish244
28th June 2005, 05:00 PM
Just was curious to know whats happening in this thread...and in the process found the below link (when searched about heyram). It seems the DVD quality of tamil version of Hey Ram is really very good.

I cent percent agree with irfansong about the BGM of HeyRam. Its simply astounding. These mp3's are in just 32kbps...still the sound quality is really great. Just imagine if it was recorded in CD's and released as BGM tracks. It would have been too good. Thanks once again to http://members.cox.net/heyram/tracks.htm to show us a glimpse of IR's magic.

http://www.dvd.reviewer.co.uk/reviews/review.asp?Index=1065&User=6283

Krishnan

irfansong
5th July 2005, 11:45 AM
Hi Guys,

How many of you want IR to do an English album with any of the leading english singers from US or UK?

Raise ur hands and lets ask anyone close to IR to recommend him to do one in Symphony.

I'll be the first one

Irfan